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X is for Death #AtoZChallenge

This gravestone can be found in the Trinity Churchyard at the Trinity Church Wall Street in New York City. (The site is also home to the remains of Alexander Hamilton.) 83 more words


Paterson - Taylor Ancestry

Eleanor Clark messaged me in February on the request page at Blantyre Project website saying, “Hi. My Granny Catherine Paterson lived in 16 Cemetery Road, High Blantyre along with my dad Robert, brothers John, Gavin, and Wallace and my aunt Christine. 411 more words

Blantyre People


Today, after about 5 months of dragging my feet I finally painted the gravestone of my parent’s dog. It’s not that I didn’t want to do it, I did, he was a good dog… it’s that, I’ve done all the gravestones for all the family pets and it makes it so permanent. 119 more words

Things to Know Before You Design Gravestone for Your Pet

In the case of a pet, lighting a funeral pyre is a weird way to dispose of the dead body. Cremation is a popular alternative way that involves the incineration of dead animal’s remains. 563 more words


An Easter Visit

For Easter, I went to a cemetery. For no reason other than to lay flowers on graves of people that I have never met. This is not something I would normally do on Easter, or really on any other day. 362 more words


Pushing up Daisies!

Before you lay down to sleep, you should read this.

Today’s holiday gives new meaning to the phrase “Going Out with a Bang!”  It is  105 more words



“I’ve never written a quote I feel would be suitable for my gravestone. Wouldn’t it be ironic if it were this one? Oh, and could you pull a few weeds while you’re here?”

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